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Mar 11, 2011 9:00am EST
>>> now, "good morning maryland" at nine. >>> the largest earthquake in japan's recorded history has slam the east coast. the 8.9 magnitude quake triggered tsunami sweeping away cars and boats and people. it put hawaii and the west coast on guard. >>> a reporter record the tsunami alarms going off overnight due to tsunami warnings. people are encouraged to head inland and towards higher ground. the warnings have been issued for at least 20 countries including the u.s. west coast. >>> good morning i am sherrie johnson. we have team coverage and live reports from around the u.s. and the world this morning. we kick things off with abc's emily schmidt live in washington with how white house officials are responding. >> reporter: the earthquake lasted second but the catastrophe continues to spread. there are tsunami warnings stretching across the a sick and waves are hitting hawaii right now. largest quake in japan's history shook a nation. and triggered tsunami waves that threatened the u.s. west coast. forcing evacuations in hawaii. >> it's time for a little aloha and a little you k
Mar 15, 2011 9:00am EDT
. keep the comments coming and we will share them throughout the show. >>> it's 9:02. latest from japan. we learned a woman in fr salisbury in the country when the tsunami hit is said to be alive and save. ashleigh debord was in korea japan. she has been there since last august. she is a member of the a program that promotes teeming and learning overseas. as americans keep track ofloved ones, japanese officials are watching over the nuclear safety of hundreds of millions in country. now japanese nuclear safety officials says the water-side the wasteful storage pool for a damaged reactor at the nuclear power plant may be boiling. the water is supposed to keep cool and prevent the spent fuel rods from resuming nuclear reactions. white house officials are saying japan is not alone in wanting to protect its people. >> the day the world comes together to support japan in its our of -- hour of need. >> keep yourself inside the house or workplaces and watch out for the situation. >> the storage pond is where there was reactor fire that released elevated radiation into the atmosphere. we will f
Mar 17, 2011 9:00am EDT
this way is our way of saying cheers to japan. >> reporter: excellent. and you are right about that. i am look around the room and it's bringing folks together. thanks so much bill for talking to us. so as you can see, folks are enjoying themselves on this st. patrick's day having a good time. hey, if you are going to celebrate and drink, be responsible and don't driven and drive. sherrie johnson, abc2 news. >> all right. thanks so much, sherrie. don't forget about the testimoniesy taxi. >>> on this day in history in 461ad, st. patrick christian missionary bishop and a apostle of island died much of what is known about patrick's life comes from the confession of a book he wrote during the last years that he was alive. he warned great britain -- born in great britain. he made the patron saint of ireland baptized hundreds of people on a single day. and used a three leaf clover to describe the holy trinity. >> there you go. >>> the weather may be perfect for you this weekend. it's going to be perfect today. if you are going to make plans, fort mchenry, you have to check it out. >> gabe will
Mar 14, 2011 9:00am EDT
on the rescue efforts in japan going on today. and a warning if you want to help out the earthquake victims. more on that coming up. look at this video. >> unbelievable. >>> also ahead this morning, get your orange on and get moving. we want to get rid of ms but it takes knowledge and money. how to join the movement just ahead. >>> and you think spring cleaning for the house? why not your electronics. simple steps the dos and don'ts that could make your electronics last longer. >>> but first, before we go anywhere, we will go over to justin and find out what's going on with the weather. what a gorgeous weekend, justin. >> reporter: and it's going to get better. we have to wait a couple days. it's high day. 3.14, 159, i am not faking this. we have ourselves a day that starts a week mild by the way and it's albert einstein's birthday and the and anniversary of super storm of 93. anything could happen but we are looking for rain on tuesday and friday we could be in the 70s. there's a look at mount airy summit ridge. 39 breaking the clouds to the west. we will break the cloud to a high of 50 wi
Mar 16, 2011 9:00am EDT
situation in japan as workers who have been trying to prevent a meltdown at a japanese nuclear power plant are being allowed to return to their jobs. it follows an overnight evacuation when radiation levels were too jiang rouse. helicopters had to abort an attempt to contain the crisis by dumping water on the damaged reactors to keep them cool. analyst say fires are certainly a cause for concern. >> each time there's one of the fires, the danger to the spent fuel ponds increases because they are not contained. unlike the reactors at one, two and three there's no concrete shielding for them. and if they are compromised it would be serious. >> meanwhile the death toll from friday's earthquake is closing in on nearly 4,000. nearly 6,000 people this morning are still missing. conditions in japan continue todeteriorate and a local man is stuck in the middle of it all. chris godish grew up in franklin town the southwest side of baltimore city and has been teaching english to children in northern japan for the last four years. this morning, his mother says the united states needs to get him out o
Mar 30, 2011 9:00am EDT
the disaster in japan now for weeks. now, a story of hope coming up. what a town is doing to lift spirits of the people and try to move forward. >>> and for thoschildren are a tim, they know when their child reaches 21, the funding ends. we will tell you about two local places parents can turn for additional help. >>> and the youtube sensation is wonderful to watch. talking twins having a heck of adiscussion. we will tell you about it. but first, justin berk with a check of your wednesday forecast. good morning to you, sir. >> good morning. we have been watching the clouds race in here and annapolis. another beautiful shot. looking across the search, a little slip of the sun this morning. but it's mostly cloudy since then. 41 right now with winds out of the east northeast trying to keep us cool. here are the headlines. a wintery mix is on the way. not for an a list. watching this trend with rain developing could be a mix west and north and we are looking at the wave of possibly a storm off the coast that could swing in cold air and bring in some snow especially near baltimore just west an
Mar 29, 2011 9:00am EDT
't let you go, because the red cross offers international support and there's a strong presence in japan right now. >> that's right. there is a very strong japan red cross, and the american red cross is assisting by raising money to help our sister, brothers, society. they are in japan. the red cross is down the street across the country and around the world. so, that's another big one and that's in the news very much right now. >> all right. the information taking look at it. the hometown heros honoring a variety of fields. many she todd for us here beginning at 6:30 thursday night. this's a reception. >> 5:30. >> 5:30. there you go. >> 5:30. >> for more information, the number is on the screen. i lost the number my apologies. number. >> 410-624-2081. >> and we will have the interview on around 11 this morning if you want to check it out. >> >>> thank you so much for your time. >>> thank you. >>> it's that time the second week second dance for dancing with the stars and now we are moving on to the elimination. coming up, see who shined and who sunk on the dance floor. a thr
Mar 18, 2011 9:00am EDT
tragedy in japan raises concerns in maryland and around the world. that's the main topic coming up on sunday's square off with richard sher. richard joins us here with a preview this morning. good morning, richard. >> megan, good morning. constellation energy assures us that the nuclear power plant is safe but what does that mean? the reactors in japan were supposed to be safe, too will -- we will debate the pros and cons of nuclear energy and why are thousands of americans stocking up on antinuclear iodine tablets and why hasn't there been looting in japan. here's the panel for sunday. hasan murphy dr. pollock the surgeon from shock trauma robin murphy and tom henry. this sunday morning, why should you meet the press when you can hear from the best. square off at 10 a.m. on abc2 and megan, i look forward to my next flight to los angeles. i understand you and your band will be entertaining. >> that's right. we need a front man, though. >> no problem. i will be happy to sing with you. >> it's on. >> you got it. >> i will get my tambourine out. >>> as americans, we love contest espec
Mar 21, 2011 9:00am EDT
the information there. >>> more than 6500 people are dead, thousands still missing this morning in japan. where the huge earthquake hit a week ago. we want to help, but before you click on links and give up information, joce sterman wants you to be aware of a scam that can cost you more than you bargained for. >>> and get ready to dig deeper into your wallets to pay for gas. news no one likes to hear. how much you can expect to pay for -- you can expect to pay for the next trip to the pump. >>> but first live to the inner harbor. probably not the prettiest morning but two attracts are returning. the constellation is scheduled to make its way back in the next hour. and also, the world war ii submarine torsk should be pulling into its spot around 2 this afternoon. both were towed away in january for repairs. q. read the birthdays. >> birthdays sometime. this little guy turned 1-year- old today. his grandmother karen calls him izzy and he looks like an izzy. he has brother who is 2. also kendall has a beautiful smile as well and turns 2. she -- she donated ten inches of her hair to locks of love.
Mar 7, 2011 9:00am EST
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